Excellence for Every Child
Halls Elementary School, with community support, promotes academic success and personal growth in a nurturing, safe environment.
Today it's up to me to be the BEST that I can be!
Grades 3-5 can participate in a science fair! Everyone is welcome to see the displays!
Projects need to be brought to school no later than Monday, May 16 at 8:00 A.M.
We get so excited to welcome new Hound Dogs to our wonderful school! If you are registering your child in Knox County Schools, these are the items that you will need to bring with you to get them signed up:
With warmer weather right around the corner, it is time to remind our students about the Knox County Schools Dress Code. The regulations are listed below. We very much appreciate your help in making sure our students follow the dress code when they come to school.
The standards for elementary school dress reflect “common sense” and a con- cern for each child’s comfort, safety, cleanliness, and sense of modesty. There is a strong relationship between neat, appropriate attire and a positive learning environment. Apparel or appearance which tends to draw attention to an indi- vidual rather than to a learning situation must be avoided.
To help create the best learning environment for elementary students, the fol- lowing standards for student dress must be observed in all Knox County Ele- mentary Schools:
Pants must not sag below the waist and must be at a safe length.
Head apparel, except for religious or medical reasons, must not be worn in- side the school building.
Footwear is required and must be safe and appropriate for indoor or outdoor physical activity.
Clothing or accessories may not display offensive, vulgar language or images and must not advertise products which students may not legally purchase.
For students in Grades 3-5, “short shorts”, mini-skirts, and skin-tight outer materials such as spandex are inappropriate attire.
For students in Grades 3-5, shirts, blouses, and dresses must completely cover the abdomen, back, and shoulders, and shirts or tops must cover the waist- band of pants, shorts, or skirts with no midriff visible.
The school administration reserves the right to determine whether the student’s attire and appearance are within acceptable limits. In matters of opinion, the judgment of the principal/designee shall prevail. The principal may allow ex- ceptions for school-wide programs or special classroom activities. The teachers and the principal will administer appropriate consequences for policy infractions.
Report potential violence, drugs, bullying or other sensitive issues to security and law enforcement.
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